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Raymond Mohr Waggoner ’56

Published in Nov. 4, 1998, issue

Ray Waggoner died June 21, 1998, at his home in Charlotte, N.C. He was born in Pittsburgh, attended Shady Side Academy, and then enrolled at Stanford. In his sophomore year he transferred to Princeton and majored in electrical engineering. Ray joined Elm Club, was its treasurer, and played interclub hockey, football, and basketball. He was an assistant coach of the 150lb. football team, a member of AIEE, and prop manager for Triangle.

Ray spent most of his engineering career as a teacher and consultant and was the owner of ENTEG Systems, Inc. As noted in the Charlotte Observer, "However, his enthusiasm for business was surpassed by his love for God and God's people." A devout Christian, Ray was a devoted member of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church, serving as teacher and elder for 31 years, and was deeply involved in the founding of two congregations.

Ray and his wife, Angie, were married for 40 years. He is also survived by three daughters, Bunny Waggoner Eubank, Susan Waggoner Schuchman, and Ann; one son, John; 10 grandchildren; and his sister, Barbara Waggoner Williamson. The class extends its deep sympathy to each of them.

The Class of 1956

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